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FRICTION STIR SPOT WELDING ON SIMILAR ALUMINUM ALLOYS AL6082 BY USING DIFFERENT SHAPE OF EN19 AND EN 31 PROFILE TOOL
B.Srinivasulu, Dr. Namish Mehta

Published in: International Journal of Current Engineering And Scientific Research ( IJCESR)
Volume- 4, Issue-10, pp.8-11, Oct 2017
DPI :-> 16.10046.IJCESR.2017.V4I10.811.2059



Abstract
To decrease vehicle weight and get better protection performance have resulted in increased appliance of light-weight aluminum alloys and a new center on the weldability of these alloys is need of the day. Friction stir spot welding (FSSW) is a solid state welding method.Which was industrial as a original technique for joining aluminum alloys. During FSSW, the frictional heat generate at the tool-workpiece interface soften the adjacent material, thus the rotating and moving pin cause material to flow. The forging pressure and mixing of the plasticized material result in the creation of a solid bond region. In the present work, Aluminum alloy of similar plates T6082 and T6082 are joined by friction stir spot welding (FSSW) using EN31 and EN 19 tool material with Circular and taper thread profiles by varying welding parameters such as rotational speed, Feed and inclinational angle of the tool. It is evaluated that pin tool, rotating at a constant speed, plunges into similar T6082 specimens, in lapjoint configuration. Test samples showed a EN31 taper thread tool of friction stir spot weldment joints of similar metal better than other tool used in the study

Key-Words / Index Term
Friction stir spot welding; tool design; EN31andEN19;6082 Al alloy; process parameter.

How to cite this article
B.Srinivasulu, Dr. Namish Mehta , “FRICTION STIR SPOT WELDING ON SIMILAR ALUMINUM ALLOYS AL6082 BY USING DIFFERENT SHAPE OF EN19 AND EN 31 PROFILE TOOL”, International Journal of Current Engineering And Scientific Research ( IJCESR), 4, Issue-10, pp.8-11, Oct 2017. DPI:16.10046.IJCESR.V4.I10.2059